'Wasted Talent, 

Solid, trunk-rattling music from a Spokane transplant

“I come from a long line of Gs, thugs and drug dealers,” Rod Mac spits on “Politicin” — a characteristically furious track on his debut LP. Indeed, his street cred is not in question. Originally from Champaign, Illinois, the intense emcee…

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